Forgot to publicize this when it happened last time, so just posting a general “hey look I was there!” RunAsRadio spots I’ve done. Richard Campbell is awesomesauce and a joy to get on Skype with and talk tech.
EDIT: FIxed as of 4/13 So venting here. Everyone wants their own game store, everyone wants a piece of the gamer pie. I get it. But for the love of all that’s holy, please code it right. This is not how to do it folks; Here’s the RAM I get back by killing their […]
Logitech software fails to save settings for the mouse or keyboard or notification settings. Fix documented here.
So I was doing some troubleshooting, answering questions, being helpful, the typical Wednesday afternoon, when I found that the policies for Removable Storage Access on Windows 10 N do not apply as expected. The crux of the issue is that Windows 10 N does not have a media player. I think. Pretty sure that’s the […]
“Why did I get an update installed on my Windows 10 machine?” At first blush, this sounds like an easy-peasy kinda question to answer. But in a managed enterprise, with multiple IT departments that might not always play nice together, this can be a prickly subject. Because the question really isn’t “Why did this update […]
It turns out, it can mean the binary you are running has a bad certificate. Bust this. I downloaded the latest insider preview for the Windows 10 ADK. Then I simply wanted to capture a trace… Ok…so, weird? So I launch a command prompt, try it that way, (WPR works fine, just no UI btw). […]
Dude here, I’ve left Microsoft, again. I don’t get notified when comments are left here as a result. Apologies for being a bad curator. I can’t take this content with me, I don’t think. So leaving here “for the record”. Best of luck, Jeff
There has been some excitement in the announcement of Microsoft’s new Ultimate Power Plan. This power plan, for those who haven’t heard about it, is destined for Windows 10 Professional for Workstations. The setting also is present in Windows 10 Professional and Enterprise build 1803, but you have to add it in an administrative cmdline. […]
Applies to: Windows 7+, Windows Server 2008 R2+ Target audience: People I support primarily. Anyone who wants to perf like a pro? Why There may come a time where you need to import an xml file given to you by a support person into Perfmon. This is so precise, targeted data captures can be made […]
Applies to: Windows 7+, Windows Server 2008 R2+ Target audience: People I support primarily. Anyone who wants to perf like a pro? Step 1: Get the Windows Performance Toolkit, by way of the Windows Assessment and Deployment Kit. Since every iteration of the WPT happens to be distributed slightly differently than the previous version, I’ve included […]